MedTech Intelligence

Volume 13 Issue No. 29



Nicholas Chepesiuk, OnCall HealthConnected Telehealth Systems Lead the Way for the Future of Healthcare

By Nicholas Chepesiuk, OnCall Health

As organizations continue to use technology to enhance the way they provide care, changes must be made to ensure the interoperability of the technology, patient data and continuity between providers.



SalesforceModernizing Your MedTech Selling Process

August 4, 2021 12:00PM-1:00PM ET

“COVID only helped set the wind in our sails”, said Michael Allen, AVP of Sales and Service, Dynarex, when asked about the impact of COVID to his business processes. From improving deal time to addressing revenue leakage, medtech organizations must turn to technology in order to prepare the business for the future.

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Featured Articles


The Edge of Medical Imaging:
How Edge Computing Is Changing Radiology

By Devin Partida, ReHack

Edge computing brings processing and storage closer to data’s source rather than sending it to a distant data center in the cloud. Edge computing also complements advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI). Here’s a look at why it facilitates the medical imaging progress.


Seizing the Customer Experience Opportunity in Life SciencesSeizing the Customer Experience Opportunity in Life Sciences

Sponsored By Salesforce

Salesforce and Harvard Business Review (HBR) have teamed up to dive deep on why improving customer experience is top of mind for life science organizations in “Seizing the Customer Experience Opportunity in Life Sciences” whitepaper.


Automated Software Validation:
Fast-Tracking MES Implementations in Regulated Environments

By Carla Neves, Critical Manufacturing

Automating validation processes gives manufacturers the flexibility and capability to make changes, updates and re-validation, making it easier to upgrade or add new MES modules to their process. Simplifying the process through automation leads to faster ROI and time to market.


How medical device companies can create end-to-end connectivity for in-hospital equipmentHow medical device companies can create end-to-end connectivity for in-hospital equipment

Sponsored By S3 Connected Health

Data insights collected on connected medical devices can bring many benefits for vendors, healthcare providers, and patients; from improving healthcare outcomes to reducing the cost of care and device maintenance. This whitepaper details the key steps to consider when creating a secure, scalable connectivity ecosystem based around medical equipment in the hospital environment.

Reprocessed Medical Devices:
Easing the Cost of Healthcare

By Hrishikesh Kadam, Global Market Insights, Inc.

The utilization of reprocessed medical devices can help cut down the increasing cost of healthcare for consumers while also tackling device shortages.

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Next-Generation Digital Twins in Healthcare

By Visa Suomi, Ph.D., MathWorks

Digital twins have the capability to enable safer medical devices and improve overall patient outcomes.


Charting a path to operational excellence with a focus on manufacturingOperational Excellence:
Charting a path to operational excellence with a focus on manufacturing

Sponsored By Siemens

Download this white paper today and find out how operational excellence for medical devices helps enterprises go beyond the complex modern requirements of medical device manufacturing. Learn how eliminating manual DHR activities will improve resource utilization and remove errors. Contextualized data can help operations teams drive towards closed loop manufacturing to lower costs while ensuring product performance through operational excellence.

IoMT, Connected Devices Introduce More Cyber Threats into MedTech and Healthcare Organizations

By Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-Chief

To change the landscape of cyber threats in healthcare, companies must prioritize designing security into devices.

Effective Manufacturing Test Strategies to Improve the Quality of Connected Medical Devices

By Sook Hua Wong, Keysight Technologies

Adding wireless connectivity to medical devices brings convenience to patients, and can facilitate more effective healthcare delivery and lower healthcare costs. Its success depends on the ability of manufacturers to produce reliable, connected products that do not fail prematurely in the field.

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How to Achieve Quality through Process Validation

By David Kachoui, Natech Plastic

The key is to keep quality high and risk low.

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MedTech Library

2021 Cloud ERP Evaluation Guide for Medical Device Manufacturers2021 Cloud ERP Evaluation Guide for Medical Device Manufacturers

Sponsored By Rootstock Cloud ERP

This guide is designed to help medical device manufacturers focus on what’s most important in this industry. It’s structured by function so you can approach cloud ERP as a business advantage rather than just an operational tool. From sales to track and trace, supply chain to financials, and service to regulatory compliance, this guide lets you weigh each item by importance, and then compare potential cloud ERP vendors to find the best fit for your needs and goals.

Top 6 uses for video on medical device assembly lines

Sponsored By Drishti Technologies, Inc.

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